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True Blue leaves SF for NYC, brings dreamy sadness to Baby's All Right on 01.20

True Blue leaves SF for NYC, brings dreamy sadness to Baby's All Right on 01.20

True Blue, like a fair share of alternative artists, doesn't like to let any information about them transpire through their online profiles (in most cases, this is not due to love for privacy, but rock'n'roll-style lack of caring). This being said, it looks like this act really enjoys living in expensive US cities, since they list San Francisco and NYC as their home (we believe they currently reside in the latter). By the way, we are not sure why we are referring to them in the plural form, since they appear to be a one-woman bedroom project. Maybe because of this picture, which, together with this more electric version of single "Feeling Sad" (original streaming below) seems to imply that a band has been formed. True to their name and song titles, True Blue offers invariably sad and slow songs, sung by a beautifully melancholic female voice. It's a kind of sadness, though, that's ineherently (dream-)pop, and, therefore, very enjoyable. You can see them live for free at Baby's All Right on January 20th.

Published: January 05, 2017 |

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